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Bug#567186: RFH: miredo -- Teredo IPv6 tunneling through NATs

Package: wnpp
Severity: normal


I request assistance with maintaining the miredo package.

The last update has unfortunately introduced a severe regression. That
bug was upstream, but that's hardly an excuse since I am upstream too.
In the mean time, I have lost contact of my sponsor (no answer from
emails and IRC), and haven't been able to get a new on debian-mentors.

Best regards,

The package description is:
 The Teredo IPv6 tunneling protocol encapsulates IPv6 packets into UDP/IPv4
 datagrams, to allow hosts behind NAT devices to access the IPv6 Internet.
 Miredo is a Teredo client (as per RFC 4380): it can provide IPv6
 connectivity to a dual-stack IPv6/IPv4 host even if it is located behind a
 NAT. It can also operate as a Teredo relay which forwards IPv6 packets
 between the IPv6 Internet and remote Teredo clients.

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